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The main task of the course is to master the basics of accounting in business and non-business subjects on theoretical and practical level. The course is focused on the basic legal framework for accounting in the EU and Slovak republic. Principles and methods used in accounting. One of the next aims is to learn how to detect the profit or loss for accounting purposes, the structure of profit or loss - of the normal (operational, financial) and extraordinary activities, transformation of results in accounting for the tax base.
The course is giving practical application to the IAS accounting using examples.

English language    
Fall semester      4 credits
Spring semester     4 credits
     
 Course Description    

The aim of the subject is to provide a complex collection of knowledge about the meaning and nature of business and the position of company in market economy, its characters, surrounding of position and aims. At the same time the subject defines the basic typology criteria of companies, their specification and use in practice. Specific area is analysis of the life stage of business and the issue of business association. The subject also deals with transformation process of company and analysis of its practical elements and phases. Corporate production factors are monitored by the assets analysis and human resources and their remuneration. In the subject is also developed company value management tools, such as costs, prices, profit and selected problems of financial management of company.

English language
Russian language

 
Fall semester      6 credits
Spring semester     6 credits
     
 Course Description    

The subject is focused on theoretical basis and practical application of financial relations within corporate finance. It refers to the actual themes on company financing, financial analysis and planning and other financial aspects of enterprises.

English language
Russian language
   
Fall semester      4 credits
Spring semester     4 credits
     
 Course Description    

The main aim of the subject is: To develop students’’ knowledge about the nature of crises and critical phenomena; to introduce the objectives, functions and procedures of crisis management in public administration. Convey the content and methodology of drawing up emergency contingency plans and public authorities. Indicate the funding principles of crisis management.

English language    
Fall semester      ---
Spring semester     4 credits
     
 Course Description    

Familiarize students with the use of statistical databases that are formed and governed by international organizations and teach them to work actively with these products. After completion of the course students will be able to navigate the structure of information and statistical databases, to extract from them the necessary data and will further statistical and information-processing and submit final users in the form of short analytical information and reports and other working documents.

English language    
Fall semester      4 credits
Spring semester     4 credits
     
 Course Description    

The goal is to familiarize students with the vocabulary used in the field of management, economics and public administration. The learning process is applied on the functional communicative approach with emphasis on both smooth and correct operation of language training. The course is aimed at developing language skills as speaking, listening, writing and eading.

English language    
Fall semester      2 credits
Spring semester     2 credits
     
 Course Description    

The graduate will acquire a basic understanding of economic policy of the European Union (EU). Furthermore, theoretical and practical knowledge of the objectives, instruments and bearers of economic policy in general and of individual partial policies that are part of like agricultural policy, fisheries, consumer protection, employment, transport, foreign trade, energy, industrial, tax and customs, monetary and fiscal policies.

English language    
Fall semester      ---
Spring semester     6 credits
     
 Course Description    

The course provides students with the basic information of the all aspects of finance science. The field of financial markets, banking and insurance focuses on specific forms of business with the money, operations of commercial banks, insurance business etc. International finance and monetary matters will logically conclude the issue of international aspects of finance and explains not only the issue of exchange rates, but also the status and role of central banks in the economy and the impact of monetary policy in the financial world.

English language    
Fall semester      6 credits
Spring semester     6 credits
     
 Course Description    

The course provides students with a series of theoretical and practical issues in selected areas of financial management for public-benefit entities (PBE). Particularities of the situation of these entities in the economic system and of their state will be explained on the basis of the classification of PBE from different perspectives, and the emphasis will be placed on Sector Classification of PBE. The focus of the learning object will be built on the characteristic forms and sources of financing in each PBE in various fields.

English language    
Fall semester      4 credits
Spring semester     ---
     
 Course Description    

Theoretical and practical questions of the mechanism of international economic integration with emphasis on integration processes in Europe in the 20th and 21 century, to acquaint students with the development of integration groupings, especially ECSC, EEC / EU enlargement processes highlight the EC / EU from the original six founding countries of the current 27 member states and the processes of inclusion and forms of cooperation between Member States.

English language    
Fall semester      4 credits 
Spring semester     4 credits 
     
 Course Description    

Teaching goals: To teach students various approaches to international statistical databases, particularly those created and maintained by international organizations as United Nations, World Bank, IMF, OECD, EUROSTAT, FAO, WTO and others. After successful passing this subject the students will be prepared to work with these information datasets, to extract their segments and to create the new information structures for specific purposes. The students will learn to formulate statistical problems, to find their solution and to presents it to professional public. They will also learn to write the short reports on various economic and socio-economic topics, particularly for the policy makers and potential investors.

English language    
Fall semester      4 credits
Spring semester     4 credits
     
 Course Description    

The goal is to clarify the structure of European law and case-law related role in the development of European law. Subject also deals with the legal aspects of the internal market, t. j. free movement of goods, persons, services and capital. Subject is also focused to the political aspects of European integration, such as citizenship of the Union, common foreign and security policy and judicial cooperation.

English language    
Fall semester      ---
Spring semester     4 credits
     
 Course Description    

The graduate will acquire knowledge of basic macroeconomic concepts, interrelations between macroeconomic variables, to handle macroeconomic imbalances and understand the possibilities of their solutions. Mastering basic macroeconomic indicators of economic performance. The emphasis is on understanding the context of the functioning of the entire economic system in terms of closed and open economy operating at the integration and globalization.

English language
Russian language
   
Fall semester      ---
Spring semester     6 credits
     
 Course Description    

Students will adopt the knowledge and the experience with the history of management, its understanding in various forms in nowadays society. The subjects will be focusing on theory and practice as well, on functions, objectives and tasks of the managerial science.
Students will adopt the knowledge, experience and skills in the basics of Strategic Management; Enterprise organizational structures; Models of Communication management.

English language                
Fall semester      6 credits
Spring semester     6 credits
     
 Course Description    

Students acquire basic economic terms, mutual connections and understanding of economic laws. They also acquire knowledge of the economic behaviour of households and firms in the partial markets. They will master basic macroeconomic concepts and variables of economic performance. Students will understand the context of functioning of the economic system in conditions of a closed and open economy functioning in conditions of integration and globalization.

English language
Russian language
   
Fall semester      6 credits
Spring semester     ---
     
 Course Description    

Learn the basics of the theory of the public sector, factors which determine the reality of public sector in a market economy, its content, scope, subjects, effectiveness and management tools focusing on the mechanism of public choice. The structure and position of the public sector in the economy, the specifics of its operations in Slovakia and the EU, including the influence of individual entities within the public sector.

English language    
Fall semester      4 credits
Spring semester     ---
     
 Course Description    

The course explains the nature of the risk, basic terminology associated with the risk to acquire risk classification with emphasis on risks in the public sector, to understand the general procedures of risk management, to acquire basic skills of risk management system in health and safety and the possibility of extraordinary events territorial units. Content: Introduction to the risk theory; Risk and its substance; Risk classification; Risk management theoretical backgrounds; The process of risk management; Risk management in practice and Risk management documentation.

Content:

  • Introduction to the risk theory;
  • Risk and its substance;
  • Risk classification;
  • Risk management theoretical backgrounds;
  • The process of risk management;
  • Risk managementin practice and
  • Risk management documentation.
English language    
Fall semester      4 credits
Spring semester     ---
     
 Course Description    

Mission of the subject: Acquisition of basic knowledge of the theory of government as an integrated discipline, utilizing knowledge of legal, economic and other social sciences. Explain the role and position of government as a powerful form of state power, the nature of the subjects and approaches to shaping its organizational structures. Justify the need for reforms of public administration reform causes the application of different strategies and implementation strategies moderate management in Slovakia. Based on theoretical knowledge, to evaluate the system of public administration in Slovakia and to characterize the extent and nature of change and its elements in terms of the criteria of a single administrative area in the EU. When teaching the subject, emphasis on economic aspects of public administration, application management methods and management its assessment of the effectiveness and quality.

English language    
Fall semester      6 credits
Spring semester     6 credits
     
 Course Description